10 Jul "The patients would keep pouring in, just minutes after each attack. The emergency room would be filled up with unsorted patients with all types of injures... There would be organised chaos." says Dr Mads Gilbert, who treated causalities in Gaza in 2014.
10 Jul The first chapter of 'Go Set A Watchman', the eagerly anticipated novel from Harper Lee, has been released.
05 Jul Retiree Giorgos Chatzifotiadis had queued up at three banks in Greece's second city of Thessaloniki on Friday in the hope of withdrawing a pension on behalf of his wife, but all in vain.
05 Jul There was an upset at Nathan's famous hot dog eating competition in Coney Island, New York, as the eighth-time winner was beaten.
04 Jul Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras is a prolific tweeter, never more so than during the last seven extraordinary days. Here's a taste of how he's been using Twitter over the past week...
19 Jun Hundreds of thousands of pilgrims visit 'Holy Places' throughout Ireland every year - some for curiosity's sake and others for deep-rooted religious reasons.
18 Jun Wood rot from exposure to excess moisture most likely weakened the horizontal beams supporting an apartment balcony that collapsed in Berkeley, California, and killied six people, several independent experts have concluded.
17 Jun Two Syrian brothers from Damascus who made the perilous boat crossing to Italy have told Christopher McKevitt about their experience.
16 Jun As fans of James Joyce celebrate Bloomsday and Ulysses, evidence has emerged of a horrific attack in Dublin that is likely to have influenced an earlier work by the author.
14 Jun On 9 June RTE's Southern Editor Paschal Sheehy was among a group of cyclists that left Cork for a 1,000km cycle to Geneva.
11 Jun Christopher Lee, who died on Sunday aged 93, made his name terrifying filmgoers in blood-sucking roles opposite Peter Cushing in the Hammer Horror movies.
08 Jun Two convicted murderers who used power tools to break out of a maximum security New York prison may have had help, and they left a taunting note for their jailers to "have a nice day", authorities have said.
05 Jun Europe's largest wooden rollercoaster with inversion has opened at Tayto Park in Ashbourne, Co Meath.
29 May A woman has met the man who received the face of her dead brother after a groundbreaking face transplant procedure was carried out in the US.
28 May FIFA has been no stranger to controversy in recent years, here are some of the significant events that have led to the most recent scandal.
27 May High-ranking FIFA executives and leaders of football's international governing bodies are among those who have been charged in connection with "a 24-year scheme to enrich themselves through the corruption of international soccer".
25 May The men and women who died while serving in the US armed forces are being remembered today, as Memorial Day is celebrated across the United States.
22 May Four extremely rare leopard cubs have been born in a zoo in the US state of Washington.
19 May A court in Argentina is deciding whether an orangutan described as a "non-human person" can be released from captivity.
19 May Two long lost sisters have been reunited in the United States after they met by chance in university.
17 May A new documentary on RTÉ tonight will revisit the events at Mullaghmore in Co Sligo in 1997, when an IRA bomb killed four people.
08 May After being reinstalled in 10 Downing Street for a second term as Prime Minister, what are the big issues on David Cameron's plate?
08 May The 70th anniversary of VE Day remembering the end of the World War II in Europe has been marked.
06 May New state-of-the-art sonar images of the Lusitania show the condition of the ship on the seafloor in greater detail than ever before on the 100th anniversary of its sinking.